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long ago it waz hard to wake up at amritvellaa ba now itz eazy and it dusnt feel like amritvela anymore. long ago it was hard n i felt it like diz iz amritvela, ba now itz 2 eazy u get me

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Lol amritvela is not about being hard or easy!

You should be grateful you can wake up without any problems whereby some people are battling with their mind on a daily basis!! That’s Guru Sahibs Kirpa! d_oh.gif

Lol amritvela is about doing vadiaee vichaar not the fact that it’s hard!! If you wish to make it “harder” for yourself, try getting up earlier and doing more bani/simran or joining the saadh sangat – but even then that’s more laaha for yourself!

Instead of thinking “ohhhh *shrug* that was too easy it didn’t feel like amritvela” be thankful that you were blessed with that time to connect with Akal Purakh via simran and recite His Gurbani! blush.gif

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Being blessed and waking up early for AmritVela is really blissfull, as it is this time one gets to get a very powerful connection with Akal Purakh and Guru Ji. So much blessings and bliss is present early in the morning that even plants and other life rise at amritvela (some get up later) one who does bani and kirtan; if possible at this time is really blessed with Guru Ji's kirpa.

On doing ardaas one should remember to ask for Sikhi Dhan, Naam Dhan etc...as your mind would be very clear and attached to Guru Ji that your asking will be with pure love and devotation for Guru Ji and Akal Purakh, which they require from you. People who wake up early in the morning and do Naam Simran followed by the recieting of bani are truely blessed.

bwxI gurU gurU hY bwxI ivic bwxI AMimRqu swry ]

baanee guroo guroo hai baanee vich baanee a(n)mrith saarae ||

The Word, the Bani is Guru, and Guru is the Bani. Within the Bani, the Ambrosial Nectar is contained.

hir Dnu rqnu jvyhru mwxku hir DnY nwil AMimRq vylY vqY hir BgqI hir ilv lweI ]

har dhhan rathan javaehar maanak har dhhanai naal a(n)mrith vaelai vathai har bhagathee har liv laaee ||

The Lord's wealth is like jewels, gems and rubies. At the appointed time in the Amrit Vaylaa, the ambrosial hours of the morning, the Lord's devotees lovingly center their attention on the Lord, and the wealth of the Lord.

hir Dnu AMimRq vylY vqY kw bIijAw Bgq Kwie Kric rhy inKutY nwhI ]

har dhhan a(n)mrith vaelai vathai kaa beejiaa bhagath khaae kharach rehae nikhuttai naahee ||

The devotees of the Lord plant the seed of the Lord's wealth in the ambrosial hours of the Amrit Vaylaa; they eat it, and spend it, but it is never exhausted.

AMimRq vylw scu nwau vifAweI vIcwru ]

a(n)mrith vaelaa sach naao vaddiaaee veechaar ||

In the Amrit Vaylaa, the ambrosial hours before dawn, chant the True Name, and contemplate His Glorious Greatness.

swis swis mnu nwmu sm@wrY iehu ibsRwm iniD pweI ]1]

saas saas man naam samhaarai eihu bisraam nidhh paaee ||1||

With each and every breath, my mind remembers the Naam, the Name of the Lord; in this way, it finds the treasure of peace. ||1||

I hope i helped, as you can clearly see, importance of AmritVela is also in Gurbani, and Gurbani is the truth!

Your aid is Gurbani, everything which will lead you to Akal Purakh is Gurbani, which eventually leads you to the correct path, but together with Bani, Naam Simran is important too.

Instead of thinking "ohhhh *shrug* that was too easy it didn't feel like amritvela" be thankful that you were blessed with that time to connect with Akal Purakh via simran and recite His Gurbani! blush.gif

Anjaan bhenji, bit curious here, i don't know - were you being sarcastic when you used the embarrassed smiley?

Sorry to be bothering but just curious.....

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i know what they mean, as the same thing has happened to me, i used to find it hard, and now its easy, maybe hard and easy aren't the the best ways to put this, but when it was hard to wake up for amritvela and I DID wake up then i would feel happy, like it was a reward and now im used to wakin up and i find it easier to wake up, it doesn't seem so much of a challenge but i feel i need to do more ?? if that makes sense.

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IF YOU WANT TO DO MORE THAN READ BANI AND WAKE UP AMRIT VELA THEN TACKLE AND SOLVE ISSUES THAT AFFECT SIKHS TODAY, ITS EASY TO SIT DOWN AND READ BANI AND WAKE UP AT AMRIT VELA OR GO TO GURDWARA WE NEED TO TRY TO SOLVE ISSUES THAT AFFECT SIKHS TODAY.

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long ago it waz hard to wake up at amritvellaa ba now itz eazy and it dusnt feel like amritvela anymore. long ago it was hard n i felt it like diz iz amritvela, ba now itz 2 eazy u get me

Why dont u try waking up an hour earlier then???...

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IF YOU WANT TO DO MORE THAN READ BANI AND WAKE UP AMRIT VELA THEN TACKLE AND SOLVE ISSUES THAT AFFECT SIKHS TODAY, ITS EASY TO SIT DOWN AND READ BANI AND WAKE UP AT AMRIT VELA OR GO TO GURDWARA WE NEED TO TRY TO SOLVE ISSUES THAT AFFECT SIKHS TODAY. PM FOR MORE INFO ON ISSUES

maybe its easy for you to wake up at amritvela n read bani buddy, i struggle with it bigtime.

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IF YOU WANT TO DO MORE THAN READ BANI AND WAKE UP AMRIT VELA THEN TACKLE AND SOLVE ISSUES THAT AFFECT SIKHS TODAY, ITS EASY TO SIT DOWN AND READ BANI AND WAKE UP AT AMRIT VELA OR GO TO GURDWARA WE NEED TO TRY TO SOLVE ISSUES THAT AFFECT SIKHS TODAY.

PM FOR MORE INFO ON ISSUES

LOL... what a joke.... "ITS EASY TO SIT DOWN AND READ BANI AND WAKE UP AT AMRIT VELA"... May i ask what time you wake up??? grin.gif

And if you find it "easy" to wake up at AV... gosh you have Maharaj's kirpa!!! d_oh.gif

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just wake up your usual time and do as much simran as possible....but maybe this is just guru sahib's test you know HE made it easier for you to wake up this early so HE's testing you to see whether you take the advantage of this and do lots of naam simran and do your nitnem :umm: that's what i think....continue waking up early and doing simran and nitnem :lol: make guru sahib happy and make yourself happy....and stay in chardi kala :D

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